CSANZ 2020

Cardiovascular Genetics Symposium

ASM Attendees - no additional fee to attend
Non-ASM Attendees - AU$55 

To attend, please indicate at time of registration or email csanzet@theconferencecompany.com 

  Session Title: Cardiac genetics
  Chairs: Jonathan Skinner and Kate Kearney
1300-1315 The growing importance of cardiac genetics, and features of the cardiac genetic family history Kathryn Waddell-Smith, SA
1315-1330 Talk like a geneticist (key terminology used in cardiac genetics) Speaker TBC
1330-1345 Genetic testing - how it is done and current controversies in cardiac genetics Richard Bagnall, NSW
1345-1400 Preparing for and dealing with the results in sudden death syndromes Jodie Ingles, NSW
1400-1420 The inherited cardiomyopathies Dominica Zentner, VIC
1420-1440 The cardiac ion channelopathies  Belinda Gray
1440-1515 Coffee Break  
  Session Title: Cardiovascular Genetic Diseases Prize session
  Chair: Raymond Sy
1515-1530 Environmental influences on Inherited cardiomyopathies Diane Fatkin, NSW
1530-1545 Genetic testing for cardiac inherited conditions in Maori and Polynesians  Annika Winbo, NZ
1545-1600 Prize Finalist 1: Familial factors predispose to increased risk of ventricular arrhythmias in patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy  Fergus Stafford, NSW
Abstract No. 015
1600-1615 Prize Finalist 2: Frequency of RASopathy gene variants in patients with inherited cardiomyopathies  Paolo D'Ambrosio, NSW
Abstract No. 016
1615-1630 Prize Finalist 3: Genetic testing predicts adverse outcomes in hypertensive patients with low and intermediate coronary artery calcium scores in the SCOT-HEART trial Nestor Gahungu, WA
Abstract No. 017
1630-1645 Prize Finalist 4: Penetrance of dilated cardiomyopathy in families with truncating TTN variants: A national perspective Renee Johnson, NSW
Abstract No. 018
1645-1715 Cardiovascular Genetics Council AGM